Did you see it? Did you remember it going by. Full moon in Scorpio, lunar and solar eclipses and flare ups on the sun? Fires and a little quake action. Sunniest May in Santa Barbara and mildest temperatures in the desert. Mosaic workshops, Buddha Abides Show and a stunningly beautiful video created by visitors to … Continue reading April, May & June have rapidly unfolded and unraveled us all.
Soon to be printed cards on their way to the Twentynine Palms Visitor Center on Hwy 62. Happy first day of Spring to everyone!!
What really matters to me. My evening walk in the desert with my dogs. Feet walking on the earth that has been untouched and unspoiled for thousands of years.. well almost.
No, not that kind of photo op silly. May Madness, refers to a fabulous rummage sale put on by the Academy of Music in Santa Barbara. but still...More visuals for your palette... Many bird sightings on the coast, but with succulent/cacti sales and volunteer activities, Solstice workshop beginnings, who had time to identify the beauties … Continue reading Well let’s just charge right into May madness and more photo ops
Photographs and mosaics and pottery will be exhibited at tenth annual, Hwy 62 Art Tours in the high desert. These are some new slip cast creations I have been working on. Hope to see you in October.
®eƒresh is in order. It was time and now I can proceed into the 2nd half of 2011 with a little clarity and light. Hope you enjoy the new look and feel here... images always on the way... enjoy
It's a LONG story... Created a mosaic shower and sink counter in Joshua Tree at the Harrison House... was in the high desert for 6 weeks... watched the Verdins build their nest outside my window... conducted a mosaic workshop in wØnder valley and met with folks in 29 Palms to discuss the mosaic sidewalk in … Continue reading ¿ wHat hÅpPEneD in mÅ®©h ?
Also new workshop dates on my mosaic blog. CHECK IT OUT and join me for some smashing fun time, breaking tiles...
While attending a workshop in Lodi I was filled with visual stimulus in San Francisco. Here on Clement Street I saw these rabbits made by children for the Chinese New Year, Year of the Rabbit. Click any of the images in this post to see larger. Below are some images from the store in the … Continue reading San ƒran©is©o